tip of toe and flexor hallucis longus

Hi! I have a question....Firstly..I have crepitition beside the med malleolus when big toe is plantarflexed and moving from flexion to extension....I assume it is the muscle tendon listed in the subject line(I am not a dancer).

My main concern however, is the thickening @ the tip of my big toe (same foot as crepitition). It looks simply like a callus (MD agrees) but I wonder what causes pressure there!! I also pronate on that ankle. I wonder if the concerns are all related, as (R) knee/hip are troublesome also.

So to summerize, has anyone ever heard of thickening at the tip of that large toe before...any known causes?

Sincerely,
anna

Posted By anna on September 16, 2005 at 01:24:01:

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